Teens treat Ang Mo Kio void deck like their home, place feet on table that people eat at

Submitted by Stomper Anonymous

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Wanting to feel at home does not mean you should really behave like you are at home.

Stomper Anonymous was irked to see two teenagers hanging out at a void deck in Ang Mo Kio with their feet propped up on a table for public use.

The incident occurred at Block 314 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 on Monday (Aug 29), at around 9.40pm.

Anonymous, a resident in the area, said: "I was walking back home after getting some groceries when I came across these two teenagers playing games on their phones while having their legs up on the table.

"I understand that teenagers always have a very calm mentality but to put their legs on a table where people actually put their food on and eat is just disgusting.

"Don't even talk about us residents. What about those construction workers who have their lunch on that table? What about the poor and homeless people who have their lunch on that table?

"People should really be more considerate when doing such things. These teenagers can play games anywhere but chose to play games like this. it's not wrong to play games at a void deck but it is wrong to put their legs on a table that people use to put their food."

Anonymous also noted that one of the teens had his bare feet up on the table, while the other still had his shoes on.

According to her, the pair were at the void deck for at least 20 minutes.

She added: "The purpose of this post is not to shame the teens. I would just like to sincerely request everyone to be mindful of what they do in public places.

"Some people spend more time here or need the table more than the rest of us. So let's be good souls and not do this kind of disgusting things, please."